vol 17 no 1,2017

Reflection of Islamic thought on the ethics of image Through the illustrations in children’s books

Dr.Mged Kamaml ELdeen Mohamed Gimaa
Lecturer, Graphic Department, Faculty of Fine Arts, Helwan University
Head of Graphic Design, Faculty of Arts and Design, Zarqa University
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The importance of this research is to explain the concept of the relationship between ethics of image and the Islamic thought and to shed light on an important vision of art aspects which blends with the Islamic thought. The research also observe the real serious participation of art that establishes identity and culture in the new generation and children and to guide them towards wider horizons to confirm their identity, as all countries worldwide aim to preserve the identity of their children.

The best beginning to support Islamic thought is surrounding the child by more care and guidance by instilling Islamic values in himself.Art in the Islamic thought has occupied a high position among intellectuals and Islamic scholar and expressed the universe and life, It also coupled with the beauty and truth, as was mentioned by many Islamic thinkers in written down by light.

The children's book with its topics and its interesting drawings is considered as one of the most important sources of upbringing the child and installing the religious values and identity inside his character and developing his abilities and talents, it also considered a scientific, educational and emotional provider which make the child interacts with it, assume the characters and imitates heroes.

Children in this stage need to see the applicable ethics in the community in order to work out with it. These ethics will be confirmed when it is drafted to them by many good ways such as stories and novels


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